On Sunday, when the Philadelphia Eagles and the New England Patriots meet for the Super Bowl, the spotlight in Minneapolis will be on more than the gridiron clash at U.S. Bank Stadium.
It’s hard to keep count of the barrage of terrible, horrible, no-good, very bad sexual abusers who have been outed this year, so let me reintroduce you to Ralph Shortey, the deplorable former Oklahoma state senator who pleaded guilty last week to federal charges of child sex trafficking.
A former Oklahoma state senator is expected to plead guilty to a child sex trafficking charge later this month for offering to pay a 17-year-old boy for sexual “stuff” earlier this year, authorities said.
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A third Ohio pastor has been indicted on charges of sex-trafficking a minor, and now all three men face new charges in the case after a federal grand jury indicted the Rev. Cordell Jenkins, the Rev. Anthony Haynes and the Rev. Kenneth Butler on conspiracy to sex-traffic children.
The city of Oakland, Calif., will pay a teen $989,000 to settle her claim against the city after more than a dozen police officers exploited and sexually abused her while she was still underage.
FBI agents arrested two Toledo, Ohio, pastors who are accused of committing sex crimes against children.
Authorities are looking for possible human trafficking victims after two people were charged with prostitution after allegedly forcing a teenage girl to have sex with an estimated 288 people at a Silver Spring, Md., hotel, the Washington Post reports.